In this Dec. 18, 2015 file photo, a car navigates near white-out conditions on Pine Island Drive as people try to find alternate routes to US-131 after a pileup in Grand Rapids, Mich. In roughly 10 days to two weeks, models are advertising a radical change in the weather pattern that will put a big smile on the face of those who enjoy cold and snowy weather in the eastern United States.
In this Dec. 18, 2015 file photo, a car navigates near white-out conditions on Pine Island Drive as people try to find alternate routes to US-131 after a pileup in Grand Rapids, Mich. In roughly 10 days to two weeks, models are advertising a radical change in the weather pattern that will put a big smile on the face of those who enjoy cold and snowy weather in the eastern United States. Neil Blake AP file
In this Dec. 18, 2015 file photo, a car navigates near white-out conditions on Pine Island Drive as people try to find alternate routes to US-131 after a pileup in Grand Rapids, Mich. In roughly 10 days to two weeks, models are advertising a radical change in the weather pattern that will put a big smile on the face of those who enjoy cold and snowy weather in the eastern United States. Neil Blake AP file

Extreme weather pattern change may mean cold and stormy mid-December in eastern US

November 28, 2017 12:29 PM